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Spurs will be out to move level on points with Liverpool, Arsenal and Swansea when they welcome third from bottom Newcastle United to White Hart Lane.
The Londoners have won 3 of their eight games so far, drawing 2 more to sit 10th in the table on 11 points. The club have proved inconsistent this season as they adjust to Mauricio Pochettino’s methods.
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Last time out in the league they lost 4-2 to Manchester City, however they showed their metal midweek with a strong performance in the Europa league.
Harry Kane scored a hat-trick while Erik Lamela scored a wonderful rabona effort as they beat Europa league opponents Asteras Tripoli 5-1 on Thursday.
While Kane’s treble was his first for the club it was the effort from Lamela that made the headlines. The Argentine has shown on occasion that he is capable of moments of magic however consistency has proved more elusive than the moments of brilliance.
“It was amazing,” he said. “I haven’t really seen that on the training ground when the ball is coming across like that, at that pace. To hit it like that was amazing.
“We have one or two who can do it from a dead ball situation when they just manoeuvre it, but I don’t think I have ever seen a goal quite like that in training, let alone in a match.
“Spurs have great players – they have always had great individuals. But so do we, and we have got to hope that our individual players stand up and produce a moment like that.
“Papiss’ [Cisse] goal at Swansea, although it did not look as technical as Lamela’s, was of a similar vein, I thought. It was a great moment.
“We have got to hope we have one or two of them on Sunday rather than the Spurs players.”
Cisse has been on the shining lights for United this season however the Senegal man is a doubt with a knee injury. Another key forward, Emmanuel Riviere is also struggling while there are also concerns over Mike Williamson (muscle problem), Paul Dummett (hamstring) and midfielders Cheick Tiote (calf) and Sammy Ameobi (knock).
Siem de Jong is definitely out however Ryan Taylor is back after over 2 years out.
Spurs will be without Frederico Fazio for the game following his debut red card against City last time out while Nabil Bentaleb and Kyle Naughton will be assessed before the game. Kyle Walker remains out.